The Windows 10-powered HP Elite X3?s price specific to the U.S. is $799, which is costlier than the flagships released recently. Speaking of its release date, past reports suggested that this device will hit the store shelves in August or September. However, to the surprise of everyone, HP has already listed the new handset on its official website specific to Sweden.
The price of HP Elite X3 in Sweden is?8624 SEK, which roughly translates to about $1,008. But then, as mentioned earlier, the U.S. and the U.K. specific prices are $799 and ?680, respectively. As of today, the HP website says the ordered device will be shipped between July 22 and July 29. Following Sweden, other European countries will also see the release in the coming weeks.
As it turns out, HP added the HP Elite X3 in the official website specific to the U.S. as well. However, it removed the post immediately, but not before the tech portals like NPU noted it down. Perhaps, HP is still working on the logistics. In any case, the addition and removal of the new device clearly points to the approaching HP Elite X3 release date.
When it comes to key specifications, the HP Elite X3 comes with a huge 6.0-inch display, aided by a 2K screen resolution. Under the hood, Qualcomm?s Snapdragon 820 powers the device with a quad-core processor running at 1.6GHz. On a related note, Qualcomm has already released an?interim successor to the SD820 dubbed ?SD821.?
Furthermore, the hardware configurations are backed by a solid 4GB of RAM and the device comes equipped with 64GB of native storage space. With the help of microSD card, the memory can be expanded to up to 2TB.
This smartphone sports a 16MP rear-facing camera unit, in addition to an 8MP front-facing shooter for selfies and video chats. HP has generously housed a brilliant 4,150mAh non-removable battery unit to help keep the lights on.
Speaking of connectivity, the HP Elite X3 recently got Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications. The now-famous Type C USB port is also part of the specifications list.